Oxford Networks, Pereion to Offer IBM TEALEAF CX at Brunswick Data Center

(LEWISTON, ME) — Oxford Networks and Pereion Solutions are proud to announce the availability of IBM Tealeaf CX hosted in Oxford Networks’ Brunswick, Maine, data center.

IBM Tealeaf CX is the leading customer experience analytics solution in the marketplace. Tealeaf provides valuable insight into web and mobile customer interactions. Historically, Tealeaf has been primarily deployed in a traditional on-premises model. By working together and taking advantage of recent cloud capabilities within IBM Tealeaf, Pereion Solutions and Oxford Networks are able to provide Tealeaf CX hosted in the cloud.

“This is a unique offering in the market today, enabling companies to rapidly deploy full function Tealeaf in a virtualized and managed cloud environment,” said Ron Shink, Chief Technology Officer, Oxford Networks. “Ultimately, this solution enables customers to increase conversion rates and grow revenue with an accelerated ROI.”

Pereion Solutions is a Tealeaf Managed Service Provider, IBM Business Partner, and Oxford Networks Channel Partner. Pereion Solutions provides marketing and sales solutions, including consulting services around qualitative and quantitative digital analytics to improve customer experience. Pereion partners with IBM to provide implementation, deployment, and consulting services around IBM Tealeaf & IBM Digital Analytics. Pereion also provides channel consulting and marketing services to technology companies, including Managed Service Providers (MSP) & IT Solutions Providers.

Oxford Networks is an award-winning technology solutions provider based in Lewiston, Maine. With a fiber optic network backbone spanning from Bangor to Boston, and high-security data centers located in Brunswick and Bangor, Maine, and two in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Oxford Networks provides end-to-end technology solutions for companies in New England and beyond.

Oxford Networks recently announced a merger with New Hampshire-based BayRing Communications. The combined companies’ services and products include data center services, managed IT services, voice, Internet, and carrier services.